Royal Rumble (2000)

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The WWF Royal Rumble battle Royal, with the winner recieving a WWF Title shot at Wrestlemania 2000, WWF Title (Street Fight) : Triple H vs. Cactus Jack, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chris ... See full summary »

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The WWF Royal Rumble battle Royal, with the winner recieving a WWF Title shot at Wrestlemania 2000, WWF Title (Street Fight) : Triple H vs. Cactus Jack, WWF Intercontinental Title: Chris Jericho vs. Chyna vs. Hardcore Holly, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. The Acolytes, Tables Match: The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz, Ms. Royal Rumble Bikini Contest: Mae Young vs. The Kat vs. BB vs. Ivory vs. Luna vs. Jacqueline vs. Terri Written by Anonymous

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The Mean Street Posse, Mark Henry, Mideon, Headbanger Thrasher and Kai En Tai were all originally supposed to compete in the Royal Rumble, as it was even stated on the Royal Rumble's website. See more »

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During the Street Fight between Triple H and Cactus Jack, announcer Jim Ross occasionally refers to Cactus Jack as Mankind. See more »

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[watching a replay of Jeff Hardy running face first into a table]
Jim Ross: I tell you what, there is only one Jeff Hardy in this world, and he...
[Hardy inpacts with the table]
Jim Ross: Oh my God!, is in the WWF.
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Followed by WrestleMania 2000 (2000) See more »

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One of the best WWE PPVs of the year.
1 June 2003 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a fantastic PPV and the sole reason why I bought it on video was because of the classic matches and memories the event has...well excluding Mae Young, I'm still trying to purge that from memory.

First thing the PPV has is the debut of Tazz, which to this day sends a chill down my spine, only if all debuts were like this. The matches themselves ranged from average to classic. The street fight between HHH & Cactus Jack without a shadow of a doubt is great stuff, both men worked damn hard in that match and it shows (the Pedigree onto the thumbtacks still makes me wince). The table match between the Hardy Boyz & the Dudley Boyz is also wonderful to watch, being one of the first table matches I would say this send the benchmark. As for the other matches they are quite good, nothing classic, but still not bad (of course, with a 60+ minute Royal Rumble things have to be chopped up a bit to make time, so the matches are a little short).

As for the Royal Rumble itself, there were better. This was a fairly predictable Rumble with Kane, Big Show or Rock being the serious contenders (hell, this was a storyline where these three were in a feud over who was going to win, this made for a weak Rumble).

A real waste of time in the show was the Swimsuit Contest, I never liked these because I figured why do something like this when you can have another match in it's place which holds some meaning to the storylines? Of course, the reason I'm so resentful about watching it we got to see Mae Young do a stripping act.ugh, thank God the censors put a giant electronic Censored sign on the screen.

8/10

Great PPV and worthy of a purchase, the Street Fight and the Table Match gives this PPV a high score. Just be warned that once the Swimsuit Contest starts, hit fast-forward.


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